Community Update

Angle Property is pleased to provide a further update on the regeneration of the Headley Court Site.



Angle is pleased to announce that it is working with Millgate Homes as it’s development partner and have submitted a high-quality Reserved Matters planning application relating to the detailed design and layout for 70 homes on the Headley Court West Site. These proposals are in line with the masterplan for the entirety of the Headley Court Site and consistent with the Outline Permission granted by Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) in 2020.


Angle has continued with the masterplan proposals for the Mansion Site to deliver a retirement living scheme. Angle has submitted a variation to the current application, improving the proposals. The application is now for 114 units, which is a combination of new-build retirement living apartments on the previously developed part of the site and the retention and conversion of the Grade 2 listed mansion into retirement apartments.


Angle is also pleased to announce Audley Villages will be the developer and care provider of the Mansion Site. Audley is an owner and operator of Care Communities for older people around the country. It currently has 19 sites across the country. All of Audley’s communities fall within Use Class C2 by virtue of the high level of care available, which is delivered 24 hours a day on-site by

Audley’s CQC registered care staff.

Audley has over 20 years of experience caring for

older people. When taken across all their current

sites, Audley is actively caring for over 2000 people in their own homes, allowing them to live their lives with independence, security and dignity.

Audley’s villages have been voted Best Retirement

Development nine times at the WhatHouse? Awards. Further details about Audley Villages and Audley Care can be found at


Angle Property purchased the Headley Court Site in May 2019 from the Headley Court Charity who previously owned the freehold and leased the property to the MoD. With the relocation of the MoD, to Stanford Hall, Headley Court became a redundant asset, which the charity needed to sell to continue their work in supporting veterans through alternative routes.

Angle is pleased to see that the proceeds of the sale continue to provide much needed help and assistance to our veterans. For example, a new veterans’ orthopaedic centre in Shropshire, will be the first of its kind in the country and made possible thanks to a £6 million grant from the Headley Court Charity last year to create the first

“Headley Court Veterans Centre”.

An article in the Shropshire Star in March 2021 stated:

"Headley Court was the leading medical rehabilitation base for members of the Armed Forces before the transfer of those services to a new facility in 2018. Following the move, charity trustees said they wanted to “honour the legacy of Headley Court” by funding other projects in keeping with their ethos. A before and after CGI of the proposed Mansion Site redevelopment."


Angle is pleased to confirm that it has provided, on a rent free basis, the use of the former MoD Fitness Field (the area of land to the north east of the site by the M25) to Ashtead FC for use by their youth football teams.

Ashtead FC previously used the playing field on the West Site, so Angle is pleased to assist in the relocation of this use and is happy to be able to provide this much needed facility for the local community.


The use of the Seacole Centre by the NHS and SCC continues. Having been opened last March by Matt Hancock MP and visited by Sir Simon Stevens, the Seacole Centre was visited recently by HRH The Earl & Countess of Wessex to see

first-hand the work being undertaken at this important facility.


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Headley Court Masterplan 

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Example street scene

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Tony Williamson of Angle Property pictured with the Wessex’s at Headley Court